A strange day this was. The skies were clear, not a single cloud visible. And the Sun shining brightly down onto Magnolia. A busy day, that much was clear as people walked all over the place, busy with their individual tasks. Only one being seemed rather sluggish among them all. A girl that was hiding most of her figure beneath a black coat, bearing golden markings on it. A scarf around her neck and a hoodie with animal ears over hear head, she carried two swords on her back as she slowly made her way towards the nearby guild. Simply looking at her, anyone could guess that she was maybe tired, deprived of energy as the Sun sapped it all away. But the real reason was quite different. A soft grunt came out of her as she placed one of her hands against her forehead for a bit. A proper headache was what she had. And not an ordinary one either. It seemed as if she could not properly remember anything of her own life these past few days. Simply awoken in a forest nearby, she managed to gather some clothing and the weapons she carried on her person. But that was it. That was Eris, all she was and all she owned at the moment. With no memory to speak of, no home or a goal, she could only do one thing that seemed sensible to her at the moment.
Fairy Tail. It seemed to be a famous guild. Despite having no memories of herself, she found out that her knowledge of this area and Fiore as whole was quite extensive. So at least she had that going for her. A dark guild not all that long ago, but now made neutral. It seemed fitting, given how some of the members of this place operated. She just hoped something good would come out of this. In all honesty, she did not have a goal here at all. She did not know what she wanted. All she desired was... something. Anything at all. A figurative rope she could take a hold of, one that would save her from drowning in this wast sea of unknowing. And so, she stepped up the steps and found herself right in front of the main door. The intent unclear, she tensed up her muscles and started pushing them open, only to let all the jolly noise outside as a harmony of chaos, the warm interior quickly embracing her like a hug from someone she knew all along. Perhaps such a simple and bold entrance was not the best, but it was all she could perform as of right now.